When you think about your Web site, you may not consider some of the back-end infrastructure that is needed to make it perform effectively.
For example, if your site is generating sales leads through HTML forms, those leads should be written to a database table before they're mailed to you. Once you have the leads in a database, you can move them to other products like Excel or Act to make it easy to follow-up.
You may have dynamic content which is generated when the pages are viewed - this content should be stored in a database.
Your site may have a store that allows customers to view and order your products. Products, customers, orders, transactions ... they're all stored in a database.
Your site may have a password-protected area for your customers. The most effective way to protect those pages is to have a database that manages.
We're experts at designing, developing and supporting database-driven sites. Almost all of the sites we work on have databases to support them. You'll notice that they all run very quickly, and the dynamic information generated for the site is more interesting than static pages. Whether your database has a few hundred or a few million records, we'll know how to make it work fast and efficiently for you.